The Warehouse


      The Warehouse
The Warehouse, Part 1 is a tense, terse erotically charged thriller set in Detroit Skye Parker is a party girl She uses men to get what she wants from life Now, the tables have been turned and Skye finds herself being used in ways she never imagined possible What will happen inside The Warehouse What s certain is that four men are on the hunt and she is the prey. Free Download Books The Warehouse Author Penfist – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Penfist was born in 1971 in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada He spent his formative years in diverse places including Haiti, Bangladesh, Canada and the United States Before Penfist became an author, he spent time in mundane jobs including dishwasher, data entry operator, marketing manager, public affairs chief, information technology administrator, IT director and systems architect Penfist holds a Master of Science in Management of Information Systems with a focus on security He has served tours of duty in the United States Marine Corps and the United States Army, and has spent time in both Iraq and Afghanistan He is currently working on a graduate degree in English and Creative Writing Penfist is a deist, an agnostic, a transhumanist and a singulatarian, with anarcho socialist libertarian minarchist tendencies.

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      The Warehouse
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  • Kindle Edition
  • 45 pages
  • The Warehouse
  • Penfist
  • English
  • 13 January 2019
  • 1496059247

10 thoughts on “ The Warehouse

  1. says:

    I finished this tiny tale a few weeks ago, but labored over how to rate and review it On the one hand I didn t like any of the characters I mean, who would I didn t enjoy the violence, references to gore, or the almost white washed depiction of brutality The sex Violent, gory, brutal and also somewhat white washed.The rating then Beats me All I can say is that on the other hand, I keep thinking about this tiny nugget of a messed up story and I do wonder what happens in the equally tiny I finished this tiny tale a few weeks ago, but labored over how to rate and review it On the one hand I didn t like any of the characters I mean, who would I didn t enjoy the violence, references to gore, or the almost white washed depiction of brutality The sex Violent, gory, brutal and also somewhat white washed.The rating then Beats me All I can say is that on the other hand, I keep thinking about this tiny nugget of a messed up story and I do wonder what happens in the equally tiny book 2 I think the haunting occurs due to the treatment of the middle of the story It s almost blank There s such a strong character bu...

  2. says:

    I must say that when I first read the warning, I was scared to go on So I closed it Moments later, I told myself to stop being such a pussy and just get through the first paragraph I was hooked as soon as Skye saw Number Four in the bar I couldn t put it down, even as fear gripped me for the life of this woman who only exists in our imaginations So well writt...

  3. says:

    This book, although exeedingly dark, was also very compulsive reading A gritty and gripping story that pulls you in and you have to see where it will lead The violent, BDSM is not for everyone though.Not everyone s cup of tea but I found it compelling enough that I nee...

  4. says:

    Wowshe goes thru alot but as you read there is something playing in the back of my mind that there isto this then meets the eye I wantof Four the leader and the one who F ks with her mind then one who like electrcity, one that likes to beat up his partner and not no slap ot spaking I mean...

  5. says:

    This is a short, intense read, almost as much a thriller as it is legitimate erotica The author says as much in his intro The prose is clean, the story inventing and the ending unexpected I haven t been caught off guard by erotica in a long time, but I am quite anxious to see what hap...

  6. says:

    Since I wrote this book, I love it Is that biased Yes, probably Not a book for the faint of heart, and the pace is quick The second installment brings some new depth to the characters.

  7. says:

    Ticket to Stockholm Rec

  8. says:

    It s took me a while to want to write something about this what to call it it s not a book or a short story, it doesn t even feel like a series even So not sure how to rate it properly either So here goes first a WARNING IMHO Pt 1 The Warehouse I m gonna call it parts or maybe scenes might be better is far superior to Pt 2 Abandoned there is a yawning chasm forget cliffie between these parts, and NO Pt 3 in sight Pt 1 grabbed me Pt 2 confused me, with no Pt 3 It s took me a while to want to write something about this what to call it it s not a book or a short story, it doesn t even feel like a series even So not sure how to rate it properly either So here goes first a WARNING IMHO Pt 1 The Warehouse I m gonna call it parts or maybe scenes might be better is far superior to Pt 2 Abandoned there is a yawning chasm forget cliffie between these parts, and NO Pt 3 in sight Pt 1 grabbed me Pt 2 confused me, with no Pt 3 to seek answers from Yes, we are left high and dry It made me pretty mad to be honest, and I might be forgiven for feeling somewhat used I wouldn t feel like this if Pt 1 hadn t been so brilliant I freaking loved it The author was truly inspired to write it, but it unraveled thereafter for me Part 2 was weak and predictable no shocks or thrilling surprises The complete opposite in fact, of Pt 1, which had me reading it virtually with my eyes covered It was so fantastical yet terrifyingly scary I was compelled to keep turning the page...

  9. says:

    Disturbing Very Shows an unbiased understanding of the themes in the book Question is, what happens next

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